If perfect pop songs made of punchy drums, rich chords, emotional dynamics, and just heaps and piles of vibe are your thing then we suggest you get familiar with mononymously named Claud.


 
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EPISODE WRITTEN AND PRODUCED BY JULIAN MARTLEW
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If perfect pop songs made of punchy drums, rich chords, emotional dynamics, and just heaps and piles of vibe are your thing then we suggest you get familiar with mononymously named Claud. Earlier this year the 21-year-old musician made their album debut with Super Monster to pretty much unanimous acclaim.

For Live on KEXP, Troy Nelson charts Claud’s trajectory from food-named bedroom band to Phoebe Bridgers-signed artist. Plus, hear a snippet of their interview with DJ Evie about how Daniel Johnston, Frankenstein, and their genderqueer experience led to the album title.

Recorded 04/25/2021

  1. Cuff Your Jeans
  2. Guard Down
  3. In Or In Between
  4. This Town
  5. Soft Spot

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